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feel that given his length of service to san francisco in terms of business from the '70s with his bagel shop that his permit be granted and i appreciate your time. thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> yes, good evening. my name is scott cronenburg and i want to document some of the history of gary goldstein as a business person. that has benefited san francisco. in 1979 gary and i opened holy bagel in what was known then as the mission district. we had to go through numerous hearings with the planning commission to get a conditional use permit. but we prevailed and the outcome of that was that we eventually had four successful stores in san francisco generating thousands of dollars in sales tax, license fees, paraphernalia payroll taxes. the original holy bagel is still in business on 24th street. it's now going on 34 years. gary has only benefited the city of san francisco through community outreach, donations. he has donated food products and money from anywhere from casa delas mad reses to the san francisco unified school district. i believe it's the job of
stores in san francisco generating thousands of dollars in sales tax, license fees, paraphernalia payroll taxes. the original holy bagel is still in business on 24th street. it's now going on 34 years. gary has only benefited the city of san francisco through community outreach, donations. he has donated food products and money from anywhere from casa delas mad reses to the san francisco unified school district. i believe it's the job of city and county of san francisco to create business and i don't think this is the proper venue to vet what the processes of the department of public works are, which were followed wreckly. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> my name is nigel hall and i remember a small business in marin and i come into the city frequently and invariably i'm in a rush. you don't stop in a store to get a coffee when you are busy rushing from one place to another. and the food trucks and coffee trucks are a great addition to the city. they satisfy a very specific need and it's very different to the market for people who go to a specific location to get coff
as an inspector for the san francisco health department. i'm not here representing the city. i am here as a coffee drinker. i am in and out of restaurants regularly, and instead of standing in line at a restaurant, i would rather grab a quick cup of good coffee at expresso subito. >> my name is lynn person and i have lived and worked in san francisco for the last 29 years. i'm a business person in downtown and i guess i'm repeating a little bit of what he just said. this grab and go service, these trucks, this mobile truck industry is very valuable. it's a needed service for business people like myself. i will at times, when i have time frequent the restaurants and the coffee shops downtown. i have meetings and he use their internet and sit and have coffee there when i have time. when i don't, those trucks are a valuable service and i think that permit should be uphold. >> next speaker, please. >> good evening commissioners, my name is robert bookbinder; i had a long career at the san francisco water department, 25 years. i am recently roo tired. i spent many nights and days working on the stre
suspended which came from the san francisco police department, the police department requires 600' distance, which the police department actually uses a measuring wheel to wheel off for their validation. this has been the practice of the police department. and the department of public works sees no reason to establish another way of evaluating these distances. it would not be possible for staff to walk through buildings and what not. it must be a walking distance for us to accurately determine the distances. there was a question again going back to like foods. we have people suggesting that in the morning, all they serve is coffee and that is competition as it relates to like food. however, as stated previously, again, in our order, as to established guidelines, we determine like food by looking at the totality of the menu in order to be fair and consistent. otherwise, there is no way for the department to make that evaluation. we literally have to send someone out there and stand there for different timeframes, in order to make that determination. that would not be propriety. appropriate
city by the bay. so you think it was cold today? san francisco? >> i have warmer pockets these are heat warmer for my pockets. >> only 50. >> i know but i'm freezing. i have got 5 laers at least. >>reporter: 5 layers with not a drop of snow on the ground. just a whips of steam escaping from the downtown manhole. weÑç are trying hardship with packer fans arriving en masse for play off game tomorrow. aren't you worried about the cold. >> worried about the cold? we are playing the frozen tundra. >>reporter: do you still think it's cold. consider alternative. you could have been a crab today. >> certainly not cold for the crabs. no. not at all. >>reporter: look at us. kept our hands fingers in our pocket assuming we had pockets. we hugged ourselves on street corners. only in the most december president circumstances did we linger in the elements. >> the lure is the company. >>reporter: why would you make this man eat outside. >> there wasn't enough seating inside. >>reporter: yet on day so cold so frenl id so full of hardship it took just 2 minutes for to us
commute, as you move into san francisco it is light. headed south on 101 from santa rosa it is looking good. and slowing from the central valley but it picks up through livermore and the san mateo bridge, westbound 92 from hayward to san mateo under 15 minutes. kristen and katie? >> in the last hour work crews on the bay bridge ended a long night to continue the installation of 25,000 l.e.d. lights. amy will tell us, this is all for a new art project live from the embarcardero. amy? >> all in the name of art. they let us join them up there. look at the access we were given on this first overnight shift of the installlation. the plan is to have 25,000 l.e.d. lights grace the western span of the bridge. they will flicker, dim, brighten and have pretty patterns for two years. the artist says he is also assessing and creating while he installs. >> we are 40 percent of the way there in terms of installation and soon we will be able to turn on lights and seeing what they can do. it is something i can not jut create in the studio in new york and send the file down. i have to sit here, be with
, also, was assaulted in the attack. >> san francisco police investigators hope surveillance video they made public will lead them to the man would brutally killed a dog during a street robbery. the video shows the man running from the scene of a throwing the dog into traffic on the street. the man grabbed her shirt and tried to take money from her pocket and became angry when the dog started barking in the car. posters have gob -- gone up with the picture. there is a reward. >> groups fighting a law banning a law of shark fin are trying to appeal the ruling, after the judge rejected that this discriminates against chinese americans. shark fin soup is a delicacy in many chinese restaurants in california and restaurant owners say they stand to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars. the law supporters say it will stop fishermen from cutting fins and then throwing the sharks in the ocean to die. >> homeowner is in a tent in the front yard in a legal battle with the city. the city has tagged the house after remodeling work has been done for 10 years. the officials say the house dangero
lanes for the southbound commute, as you move into san francisco it is light. headed south on 101 from santa rosa it is looking good. and slowing from the central valley but it picks up through livermore and the san mateo bridge, westbound 92 from hayward to san mateo under 15 minutes. kristen and katie? >> in the last hour work crews on the bay bridge ended a long night to continue the installation of 25,000 l.e.d. lights. amy will tell us, this is all for a new art project live from the embarcardero. amy? >> all in the name of art. they let us join them up there. look at the access we were given on this first overnight shift of the installlation. the plan is to have 25,000 l.e.d. lights grace the western span of the bridge. they will flicker, dim, brighten and have pretty patterns for two years. the artist says he is also assessing and creating while he installs. >> we are 40 percent of the way there in terms of installation and soon we will be able to turn on lights and seeing what they can do. it is something i can not jut create in the studio in new york and send the file down. i
in his beloved san francisco community. joe would have been so proud to support this wonderful building that will provide so much care for so many people in our city. for me, st. anthony's also represents the three c's. care, community, and continuity. i bring you many congratulations from all of the members of the board of directors of the koret foundation and our very best wishes for continued sucrose in -- success in the future. thank you. [ applause ] >> i saw merl and larry, if you want to join us. as we said, this building is complex. and it starts with the funding. it will get more complicated with the construction pretty soon, but it has really been an unbelievable group effort to pull together the different funders of this work. we heard about the koret's foundation amazing con tributionss and i know there have been so many amazing contributions on the st. anthony side. for an affordable housing project for this it takes incredible people and we start with hud, who supplied over $20 million to make this project possible. larry ferguson is here, the director of the hud 202 pro
. downtown san francisco 42 degrees. yesterday we showed you this map, 20s out there, scooted out to the east. coolest locations in the 20s. lots of 30s and 40s. especially towards san francisco and near the coast line. into had afternoon hours, most areas back up into the 50s. nice recovery. look at the green, that links up with the 60s. warmest locations will approach the 60-degree mark tomorrow afternoon. another thing we will be watching into the weekend will be this, the rain making a come back. here we go. model into friday morning, 10:00. saturday we thicken up the clouds and there we go with the rain off shore. a change in the weekend forecast. coming up we will break the rain chances and the timing of the heaviest rain that could be pushing back in. >> thank you. >>> google scored a partial victory when they found the company did not violate laws. there was no evidence they unfairly favors their own services. but they find google misused pattens on cell phone technology. google agreed to license the technology to the rivals. >> these essential pattens are the cornerstone of the syste
>> reporter: crews on the scene of a crash in san francisco trying to get power back on in this neighborhood. we'll tell you what led up to the crash and the big step pg&e just took to get the lights on. >>> a marijuana club damaged by an overnight fire. why investigators are suspicious about how it started. >> reporter: we're live in petaluma where the community is coming together to help try to find a missing teen. we'll also tell you the latest clues in the investigation. >>> new unemployment numbers just came out this morning. did the threat of falling off the fiscal cliff put employers -- have employers not to start hiring? >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's friday, january 4th. >>> right now, pg&e is still working to restore power to dozens of customers in san francisco. they lost power after a driver fleeing from police crashed into a power pole in a caltrain parking lot. ktvu's claudine wong has been at the scene since 4:30 this morning and has more. they are making some progress? >> reporter: yes, tori. since we last economicked in w
that question by saying. about a dozen cities have issued illegal immigrant cards, including san francisco. and san problems. >> catherine: san francisco police are looking for a robbery suspect who killed this little dog because his victim didn't have enough money to give him. kron four's jeff bush shows you newly released surveillance video of the suspect and talked to the woman who lost her best friend. >> reporter: san francisco police provided this video to kron four and it shows the suspect running away after robbing a woman of a few dollars and then throwing her little dog, roxie, into oncoming traffic on levenworth street last friday in broad daylight. this is roxie, a 12 year old picineese rescued from the shelter by the woman who was attacked in the tenderloin last week. roxie and her owner were in the car driving down levenworth but had to pull over to look for the cell phone that was misplaced somewhere in the car. >> he promised me into the with the other hand he was digging into my jacket pocket looking for money. and he found a couple of dollars. when i got out and went arou
bowl. paul chambers joins us live from san francisco with a message that's going out to city bars. >> reporter: good morning. i will say before we get to that there is a plan a lot of people want to do, come out here like they did during the giant's world series. that can't happen because the nfl won't allow a public viewing party. now that will not stop a lot of niner fans celebrating of course. this was a scene last week when fans took to the streets in an effort of keeping the city and people safe. the mayor is asking that places serving hard alcohol be more responsible. >> to suggest that they serve something that heavy alcohol during the time the celebration, being drunk sometimes doesn't help. >> reporter: the next week the mayor and police chief will visit areas hit by vandals after the giants won and discuss the plan for safety on super bowl sunday which includes up to 500 officers on the streets, three times the amount of a normal sunday. fire marshalls will also hit the streets. >> if it look like its getting out of hand or they have had to much of a crowd in the bar w
will hopefully lead them to the perpetrators in this case. live in san francisco, anne makovec, cbs 5. >>> thank you. family and friends are looking for a petaluma woman this morning after she went missing at a south lake tahoe dance event. deputies are searching for this woman, 19-year-old elissa burn. they said she was last seen at the rising casino at south shore on new year's eve. she was attending the snow globe music festival there. according to the police, her cell phone was last used just before midnight. >>> prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty or life without parole in a south bay murder case. one suspect had bail set yesterday. ravi kumra was killed in november. three men and a woman are under arrest in the case. authorities are withholding details on the case. the three men are expected back in court again tomorrow. >>> and the city of oakland plans to issue special id cards for people without legal immigration status. yesterday, mayor jean quan showed off an example of the card, which is also designed to function as a debit card. the city expects to issue 6,000 of
to the bay bridge not much company out there where west bound trip into san francisco. >> here is the san mateo bridge it is quiet. i see less cars on the span in the last couple of days. >> south bound 101 no issues or delays. top speed for those of you coming out of the north bay. anny. >> thank you erica. >> starting next month the city of oakland will issue final id cards to on document workers. >> the address, this the firste of id card that can be used as a debit card. the move may violate federal immigration laws. the mayor says that something has to be done to of the immigrant population in oakland. >> most americans should be able to live here with dignity. it is not they are going to go away. >> we know day laborers people that are more open because people know. we have been targeted. people finding a way for those people not to be afraid. >> not to just report a crime if they witness a crime. >> residents will have to go to a designated loading station in oakland to load money on to their new car. >> 20 days after the deadly shooting in new town connecticut students of sandy
in san francisco. residents are held at gunpoint by intruders in the outer richmond district a few hours ago on 40th avenue. the gunman reportedly got away with electronics and there are no reports of injury. abc7 news reporter will be back with another live report in half an hour. >> we have developing news, friends and family of a teen are searching for her in south lake tahoe as she vanished celebrating new year's eve. >> a woman was last seen at south lake tahoe but here the flyers are going up, and the 19-year-old, alyssa byrne 5' 7", black hair and blue eyes. this is no reason to believe she is near petaluma. this is alyssa byrne, a graduate of casa grande high school, missing since new year's eve where she went for the snow globe music festival. all her friends were staying at the hotel and she told a friend she had an argument with another friend at the concert but she was heard from after that. she just left new year's eve, and called men, i called her and she was on the bus home back to the hotel. >> she was hurt from and seen after that at 12:30 new year's morning and then not
valuables. it's another in a series of crimes targeting the chinese community in san francisco. police say the victim in the video lost nearly $50. the crooks convinced the victims that they are cursed and can only get it lifted if they pay up. >>> autopsies are planned today for a mother and daughter found dead in the sierra foothills. dive teams found the body of 46- year-old karen anderson and her 5-year-old daughter in a frozen- over pond near their home in amedure county yesterday. authorities had been at the home several times this week after neighbors reported the residents had not been seen. ' family friend says the 5-year- old victim was an outgoing child. >> she just went out and she would grab another kid and just show him the ropes and have fun with them and she would just -- very happy kid. >> divers searched the pond where the bodies were found after a neighbor reported seeing a hole in the ice in amador county. >>> we have confounded the critics and now california is back from the brink. those words from governor jerry brown during an enth
killing in a san francisco robbery. the man seen running away in this grainy surveillance video last friday just mugged a woman and threw her dog into oncoming traffic. the owner says she treated her dog like a child. >> seeing everything in my head again and wanting to break everything and screaming at the top of my lungs because i miss her and i'm angry. >> there is currently a $3,000 reward for any information that might lead to an arrest. >>> the city of san mateo has evicted a family from its home after years of complaints from neighbors. the reason? lots of construction materials and debris inside and outside the home on lindbergh street. mark cliner was issued a construction permit for the home in 2001 and it's still a work in progress. his general contractor says he works on his own home after he finishes a full day on the job. clyber says he has been slowed by lack of money for building materials. >> the city wants it done but i think my wife wants it done even more. >> the city says the family can no longer live in the home because of code violations and unsafe conditions.
'm here to support the coffee truck. when i moved into san francisco, that was 35 years ago, there were hardly any large chains of restaurants. there was no starbucks. there were no kfcks and, in fact, they were all lined trying to get permits like this gentleman is. but then the city was protecting the small businessman. and the reason they couldn't get parents is that they didn't want that quality of food in the city. they wanted the unique business in the city. it seems now that has reversed. the food trucks, whether it's coffee or food, they are always offering service that is not here already. i go to they will awesome the time and the reason i do is because they are better. not always, but often. the small businessman will go out of his way to make it better. the large business will keep their -- if they are good, they will keep their quality at the same level to keep their business at the same level. if you want uniqueness and you want to see good quality, you are going to allow more small businesses, not less. so thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi there. t
kloss will give this everything he has. >> thank you. in san francisco, five armed men who stole money and electronics in a home invasion are still on the loose. police say the men had a knife and handguns and stormed into a home on 40th avenue before 3:00 this morning. they took iphones and a laptop and an undisclosed amount of money. authorities have not said if the phone was targeted. there were no injuries. >> a fight between a man and his son in daly city resulted in both going to the hospital. police were called to the apartments to find the father was stabbed several times. his son suffered head trauma. no one saw what happened but the two victims. police are trying to figure out what set the men off. >> the hey proposal is accepting applications for the first time in three years this morning as they look for new officers in cyber space. you can apply online from now through saturday for chp, the first of many steps to become an officer. you can find a link on our website at www.abcabc7news.com and new officers earn $67,000 a year after they finish the academy. >> today is a new
this everything he has. >> thank you. in san francisco, five armed men who stole money and electronics in a home invasion are still on the loose. police say the men had a knife and handguns and stormed into a home on 40th avenue before 3:00 this morning. they took iphones and a laptop and an undisclosed amount of money. authorities have not said if the phone was targeted. there were no injuries. >> a fight between a man and his son in daly city resulted in both going to the hospital. police were called to the apartments to find the father was stabbed several times. his son suffered head trauma. no one saw what happened but the two victims. police are trying to figure out what set the men off. >> the hey proposal is accepting applications for the first time in three years this morning as they look for new officers in cyber space. you can apply online from now through saturday for chp, the first of many steps to become an officer. you can find a link on our website at www.abcabc7news.com and new officers earn $67,000 a year after they finish the academy. >> today is a new going for students who su
, call police, or you can text tip 411, and remain anonymous. reporting live in san francisco, noel walker, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> in 90 seconds, a controversial city issued id card. the twist that will make it a first for the nation. >> also officials in one bay area city are declaring a state of emergency. >> what they're hoping the state will help them do to this failing old levee. >> also showing you just how cold it's going to get tomorrow where you live. >>> a first of its kind city issued debit card will now be available to citizens in oakland. >> reporter: starting next month, oakland hopes to become the first city in the nation to offer an id card that can also work as a debit card. julio berraro, an undocumented immigrant makes his living selling cotton candy from a stick. he says he's been in the u.s. for 13 years. in limited english, he told me he's been robbed at gun point several times. he says he often carries cash, because he doesn't have a photo id to open a pang account. he plans to apply for the city's new id card, that resembles this prototype, because it can
that long for everyone to clear out. good morning, to you at 6:18. look the at bay bridge, to san francisco, crisp, clean air, not a "spare of air" this morning. clear of radar returns and clouds. the dry air is making it cold. look all the 20's inland to 32 in redwood city. san francisco is the warm spot right now, and salinas, warm too. mostly sunny this afternoon, not as cold the next few days and rain more likely saturday night and sunday. mid-to-upper 50's and a few moore -- more high clouds but a lot of sunshine. upper 50's in morgan hills, and tonight, a few 20's but most of the reporting stations are in the 30's and mid-30's to mid-40's around the bay shore and to the coast and the black ice is less of a problem tonight. the dominant areas of high pressure, ripping the storm apart and spinning the energy trying to breakthrough the high but it will not happen. at 7:00 in the morning, you can see a few high clouds and by noon the radar returns are best in the northern section of our state and the front falls apart as the high pressure takes over and drains the energy. now, this is a m
gary since 1970. i no longer live in san francisco, but i have a daughter who is going to turn 29 this saturday who lives here and she went to school here and now she is starting her career. the thing about gary as scott mentioned, gary and scott started the holy bagel when i was roommates with them in the late 1970s when i lived in san francisco. i watched him create a business that was really part of the community. he was very in tune with his neighbors, neighboring businesses and the rest of the community. when i think about the objections, i know people are concerned about business, other people that have shops that sell coffee in the morning down there. it seems to me, my experience with neighborhoods, if i say i go over there and get a coffee, oh, yeah, there are tons of places to get coffee. if my friend's truck has a long line, i will discover one of these other businesses. i have discovered restaurants that way. when i go into a neighborhood for something else, and i'm standing around and i try something new. so i think it will enhance, as much as might have any other ef
descriptions of the robbers. live from san francisco's richmond district, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> thank you. >>> family and friends are looking for a petaluma woman this morning who went missing at a south lake tahoe dance event. deputies are searching for 19- year-old elissa burn. they say she was last seen at the horizon casino on new year's eve on south shore. she was attending the snow globe music festival there. according to the police her cell phone was last used just before midnight. >>> and prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty or life without parole in a south bay murder case. one suspect had bail denied yesterday. businessman ravi kumra was killed in his monte sereno home in november. three men and a woman now under arrest in the case. authorities are still withholding details of the case. the three men are expected back in court again tomorrow. >>> a clue in the case of a dog killed in a san francisco robbery. police say the man seen running away in this grainy surveillance video last friday had just mugged a woman and threw her dog into oncoming traffic. the owner says she
have noticed there is a shortage of good coffee shops or places to buy coffee in san francisco in the morning when people are trying to get to work. you know, this is evidenced by really the long lines at the stores. you know, i myself, i don't have a whole lot of extra time to sit and wait in line for 15-20 minutes. so i'm just going to skip it, if there isn't a place to go. and i think these coffee trucks are sort of unique in that they offer a solution that is good for the brick-and-mortar restaurants. because the brick-and-mortar restaurants are open, whatever, 10-12 hours during the day and so you have got this need, that goes on from whatever, 6-10 in the morning, when people are lined up. so you know the truck is there to sort of help in the need. and i think the impact to that is much less than if there is another store that opens up that is also open from 6:00 to 6:00 at night. one other quick comment. there was a letter that was just read here, mr. o'brien, royal exchange and the assumption is that if you run this kind of business, you know, it only cost $500 in per
and home invasion robbery in san francisco's richmond district happened around 3:00 this morning on the 500 block of 40 ave. will tran the following developments. the last time we talked you share the eye witness accounts. what happened this morning? >> 8 people were inside the apartment at around 3:00 a.m. this morning they were sound asleep when they say five people came into their apartment banged on the door kick down the door. they thought the front door was closed but apparently it was not. they went through there. they demand that the people inside give them marijuana. the victims believe the people came into the house thought this was a former grow house. these are all college kids in their early 20s. they had no idea. there are men and women in sight. i got a chance to get photos of the damage inside of the place. the robbers came in their faces were fully exposed. they were carrying guns. some of them. at one point they grabbed a knife from the kitchen. you can see the damage to the doors. they were tossing drawers and eds. they did not get what they were looking for. in the proce
with wires sticking out of it. san francisco police then cordoned off the caltrain station at 4th and king streets as a precaution. the bomb squad inspected the item and determined that it was harmless. no one was hurt. the train was scheduled to head back out. the passengers waiting to board were bussed to another station for a new outbound train. >>> 7:06. let's go right back to sal. we have that mess in the south bay because of the big rig crash but you are watching everywhere else as well. >> that's right. we're gonna start at northbound 101 at fair oaks. the chp told janine they are just about to open the lanes here on the 101 but the backup is almost to the san jose airport. i would suggest 280 for a short route. again, good news, they are just about to reopen it. we've been on this story since we went on the air at 4:30. let's take a look at some live pictures. i want to show you 880 here in oakland. that looks pretty good driving past the coliseum. getting to downtown oakland. to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see traffic busy. but not all that bad. it's about a 20-minute dela
a story we first reported at 4:30 this morning. the home invasion robbery in san francisco, right now san francisco police are still on the scene and here is a live picture. it happened shortly after 3:00 a.m. and the victims were held at gunpoint. there are no reports of any injuries at this point. claudine wong is also out there on the scene and is talking with the victims of the crime and we will have a live update in the next half hour. >>> a young woman from petaluma is still mitting this morning and they are criticizing -- criticizing police in south lake tahoe. they are criticizing police because police are just now starting to look for her. tara moriarty has more. >> reporter: alyssa burn's friend reported her missing to south lake tahoe police and they started sending out pictures of her. they gave the case to the sheriff's office in nevada which was actually across the state line. it took lake tahoe police reportedly more than a day and a half to notify nevada. we called them this morning and we are waiting to hear what they have to say about it. meantime, alyssa burns has not
on northbound 101 in san francisco, it is 4:29 let's go back to the desk. >> right now police are on the scene of a home invasion and it happened in the city's richmond district. police say the victims were held at gunpoint. we will have a news crew on the way to the scene and we will have more coming up. >>> a search is on for a 19- year-old missing woman who vanished during a new year's eve celebration. in petaluma where the woman worked and went to school, good morning, tara. >> reporter: flyers of alyssa have been posted all over downtown and you can see one right here. as we understand, her father and brother are heading out to pass them out and the girl's father is working with police on trying to find his daughter 19-year-old alyssa has not been seen since new year's eve. she was in the area for snow globe, a three day festival which attracts thousands. she disappeared and said to her friends she was taking a shuttle back to the resort. now facebook page has been set up to find her who worked as a hostess here and was also studying to be a paramedic. she is described as 5-foot 3, 128 po
out of a robber in san francisco killing his family's the security camera shows a man running away after killing a woman's 12-year-old dog named roxy. she says it happened when she parked in the tender loin, he robbed her, then threatened to kill the dog, barking in the car. the man accused of throwing roxy into traffic. the owner spoke to us but didn't want to be identified fearing for her safety. >> he looked at me with a blank look on his face and said i'm going to kill your dog. >> any person who owns an animal, you can tell there is a tight bond. and for not only animal to be laid to rest, fwou see the death of your own animal is traumatic. >> police say roxy had to be put t>ñ, sleep because of the injuries. >> new information about a man accused of murdering a south bay businessman. he was killed in his home, one man accuses was in court, it turned out documents reveal he had quite a sordid criminal past. >> right. javier garcia does have a prior drug conviction but these charges are potentially a death penalty case, he's being held without bail. the 21-year-old is one of th
, which is right here, also south san francisco, daly city. let me show you this cold front. it's a fast are -- fast-mover. we'll have a couple more hours to get through the rain. will we see drying tomorrow? the forecast is coming up. >> ama: look at some cell phone video of skiers. actually boarders -- at heavenly mountain resort shot by alan wang. there are record crowds of 4,000 people a day. this is one of their best years so far with crowds up 900% compared to last year, which was one of the worst seasons for resorts in tahoe. if you're out enjoying the snow or rain, shear your pictures or video to us at ureport@kgo-tv.com. >>> tonight, as a family in petaluma struggles to deal with the loss of a daughter, the community is coming together to help other families going through the uncertainty and fear of a missing child. 19-year-old alyssa byrne disappeared during a new year's eve celebration with friends in soul -- south lake tahoe. her body was fund yesterday morning. reporter: good evening. alyssa's father, kevin byrne, is still trying to deal with the loss of his little girl, and
to make sure the excitement doesn't get out of hand. san francisco is glowing with 49er pride ahead of tomorrow's big playoff game against the packers. gop game time candlestick will be swarming with people and police. more officers that are usually at home games. sfpd will have officers on bikes and motorcycles for traffic control and an undercover element. >> we will also have our plain clothed officers out there, and they will be wearing, yes, both the green bay packer jersey and also the 49er jerseys as well. >> with the new year came a new state law requiring all major league sports stadiums to post phone numbers fans can use to call security. something candlestick has been doing for awhile. >> if a fancies somebody or if somebody is acting unruly, they can text us anonymously. that will be post eds throughout candlestick. >> hopefully it will be a good time for all. they have had positive things to say about san francisco. >> it is a fun city to be in. >> these friends just flew in from alberta. that's canada, eh? this fan is also from canada. >> we have been here a half an ho
of 19 year old alyssa byrne. >>> and starting today, no more free parking at meters in san francisco. we'll have more on the change in a live report. >>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. >>> and i'm ysabel duron. we'll get to those top stories in a moment. but first, we want to get a quick check of your forecast with janu. >> we are still dealing with some showers in the north bay. the ad cloud coverage. expecting a pretty dry day. partly to mostly sunny. mostly clear skies as the go towards the evening. taking a look at the temperatures a little bit warmer. matt 40's in napa 47 in oakland. mid- 40's and napa i-low 50s for this afternoon. 52 degrees in napa, expected later. and 52 degrees and will take a look at futurecast and track the rainfall. for now, let us go back over to marty. >> good news for hockey fans this morning - the n-h-l and players have a tentative agreement that will salvage the season. negotiations lasted more than 16 hours. they finally resolved remaining issues early this morning. sharks fans have been without games for one- hundred-13 day
. smoking is prohibited in all restaurants. and it's a violation of the san francisco health code and those notices stated that smoking tobacco products is pro[h-eubts/]ed in all restaurants and a violation of the carriage labor code. and the continued violation of the san francisco health code and california labor code would jeopardize the dph permits that they held for their facility. in the 2011 decision, the decision letter ordered the owners to immediately cease and desist smoking within the enclosed areas of the restaurant. it also required them to immediately remove all the smoking equipment and devices from the restaurant. so in response to the 2011 decision letter, marrakech has sent an email stating that they stopped serving the hooka and we found out later that was not true. we started to receive complaints in may and june of 2012 and i went out july 21st and basically conducted another unannounced investigation and i saw one employee was attempted to hide two group of patrons smoking hooka in a private area of the restaurant. i also saw an employee carrying a hooka pipe and whe
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